HSN offering Nokia Lumia 635, bundled with chargers, for $119.95
The Nokia Lumia 635 is the first Windows Phone model in the U.S. to come equipped with the new Windows Phone 8.1 build. In the states, that means that the Nokia Lumia 635 features the Cortana virtual personal assistant. The bundled package for HSN includes a pocketable portable charger that you can use while on the road, to recharge your battery if it goes out. It also includes a car charger, which will allow you to employ the battery in your car to recharge your Nokia Lumia 635 as you go motoring down the highway.
The retail value of the entire kit and kaboodle is normally $170.42, and HSN's price is $149.95. But Home Shopping Network will take another $30 off, bringing the deal down to the aforementioned $119.95 price. And you can even agree to make four payments of $29.99. The Nokia Lumia 635 will ship starting on July 21st.
source: HSN via WMPoweruser
1. Planterz (Posts: 1443; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
Good deal. HSN typically charges like $10 for shipping, but this says shipping is free. Still, excpet about $10 in taxes.
3. 7thspaceman (Posts: 1290; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
Nokia Ex CEO Mr Elop got the word from average people to make Affordable Windows smart phones and got one on the market the Nokia 520 it paid off big time with the Nokia 520
being the best selling windows smart phone. Maybe the 635 can sell as well as the 520? time will tell. I predict that the low and Mid range windows smart phones with windows 8.1 will get more Windows smart phones into peoples hands. I am sad to say Microsoft's Tablets
The Surface 3 line may have trouble sales wise because they cost 800 dollars for the Lowest
version. microsoft needs a tablet that sells for less than 500 dollars. High end Surface tablets are great devices but a good devices and services company just does not sell devices for the well to do. They have something the average person can buy TOO!
Are you listening Microsoft. MS needs a sub 500 dollar Tablet especially if the want to sell their tablets to schools
4. elitewolverine (Posts: 2937; Member since: 28 Oct 2013)
Dell has them. Lenovo has them too. I am rocking a refurbished lenovo lynx 11.6in. While it is only an atom it has full windows and i use it for work constantly. I paid 250 with 1 year warranty from lenovo.
But the surface is just that much more powerful, your buying a full pc not a tablet. Not to mention the best samsung tablet that is 800-1k etc doesnt match it.